Synopsis: A farewell speech/letter from a Geek to his female friend.
Cesare Pavese correctly said, “We do not remember days; we remember moments”. As I read that, I took a walk down the aisle of memories, and the moments we spent together Resurrected (not like Jesus, just in my mind). You were there whenever I needed. You have set a perfect example of importance of friends in life. It’s tough to pen down our friendship in words.
In CA terminology I am like a section, adamant, and you are like a concept of accountancy, adjustable based on situation. Both are necessary for running the business. You won’t believe that amendments made and provisos inserted in the section, to create a harmony with the concept of accountancy.
In mathematics terminology, I am like a constant and you are like a variable, our friendship forming a great linear equation. But equations have one basic process that is; constants and variables change side, to calculate values. We are also going through the same process, as you are moving to a different location. In the words of Jeremy Irons, “We all have our time machines. Some take us back, they are called memories. Some take us forward, they are called DREAMS. I wish, as you board that time machine to go forward, you find the correct value for that variable in our equation of friendship. In simple words, I wish you achieve all your dreams.
To conclude I would say, “Never forget the days I spent with you. Continue to be my friend, as you will always find me yours”. Adios.